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Boris Sapir papers, 1898-1992

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Call No.: Ms Coll/[BAR] Sapir, Boris
Bib ID 5802117 View CLIO record
Creator(s) Sapir, Boris
Title Boris Sapir papers, 1898-1992
Physical Description 31 linear feet (73 boxes)
Language(s) English , Russian .
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Arrangement

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into 20 series.

Description

Scope and Content

This collection of papers thoroughly documents most aspects of the life and work of Boris Sapir, particularly his activities as a Menshevik leader and writer in the Russian emigration, and as an historian of Russian populism and socialism. Materials on his work as a Menshevik include correspondence with his colleagues, significant files on the "Foreign Delegation" in Germany in the 1920s-30s, and on its "New York Center" in the 1940s-50s, an extensive collection of photographs of his fellow Mensheviks, and files and manuscripts relating to the Inter-University Project on the History of Menshevism from the 1960's. Concerning Sapir's career as an historian and archivist, there is material he used for his many publications in the field, correspondence with scholars and students (mostly asking his guidance, or thanking him for it), and some of his own manuscripts. There is a great deal of material on his personal life as well, in particular in his correspondence, in files on his biography, bibliography, and posthumous "rehabilitation, " and in his manuscript and photograph collections. Less well documented are his two decades of work with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Besides the importance of the papers generated by Sapir himself, this collection is an excellent source for work on the Mensheviks because he was entrusted by his friends and colleagues with their own papers. These materials help to document the history of Menshevism particularly from the still hopeful years of the "Foreign Delegation" in Germany in the 1920s, to the last years of the "New York Center, " including its internal disputes in the 1950s, soon followed by the deaths of those Mensheviks who had survived the many years of wars and persecutions. Some of the materials go back to the pre-revolutionary era, through memoirs on the early years of Russian Marxism (1890s-1917). The entire collection consists of approximately 24, 000 items, spanning 1898-1992. Most of it consists of Sapir's own papers.

Series I includes extensive correspondence (chiefly post-1945); manuscripts by Sapir and others (many on the history of Menshevism); Sapir's research notes; several subseries of subject files, among which are copies of papers of P.B. Aksel'rod at the International Institute for Social History, biographical files on Mensheviks and others, the "History of Menshevism project, Petr Lavrov and Russian Populism, and Sapir's own life and career; an extensive collection of photographs, many documenting the history of Menshevism; and printed materials. While most of the correspondence consists of letters from Sapir's friends, family, and Menshevik colleagues (with carbon copies of many of Sapir's letters), there are also letters by P.B. Aksel'rod, Isaiah Berlin, Willy Brandt, F. Dan, Lucy S. Dawidowicz, Michael Karpovich, Victor Serge, and George Vernadsky. This series includes approximately two-thirds of the total collection. The file of correspondence from Boris Sapir to Marc Raeff was a gift of Marc Raeff in 1995.

Series 2 includes two boxes of papers of Raphael A. Abramovitch (1880-1963), Menshevik and Yiddish and Russian journalist. Much of the collection concerns the mysterious murder of his son, Mark Rein, who was evidently killed by communist agents in Spain in 1937. Abramovitch corresponded with many socialist colleagues in an attempt to ascertain the circumstances of his son's death, including Abraham Cahan, Emma Goldmann, Karl Kautsky, and Norman Thomas.

Series 3 consists of four boxes of the papers of Gregor Aronson (1887-1968), also a Menshevik and journalist. There are chiefly manuscripts, notes, and subject files, from the post-1945 period, but also Aronson's correspondence with prominent Russian émigrés such as Mark Aldanov, Michael Karpovich, and Gleb Struve, as well as his fellow Mensheviks, and photocopies of letters from Marc Chagall.

Series 4 has six boxes of the papers of Fedor Dan (1871-1947), and of his wife, Lidiia Dan (1878-1963). Cataloged correspondence consists of letters by Leon Blum and Fedor Dan himself. Most of this series is made up of materials from the 1940s-60s, including correspondence, Lidiia Dan's diaries and notebooks, files of Fedor Dan's journal, Novyi Put', and subject files and printed materials.

Series 5 is made up of three boxes of papers of another Menshevik couple, Petr (1881-1944) and Sofiia (1885-1958) Garvi (or Garvy). Besides a limited amount of correspondence, this series chiefly consists of drafts of Petr Garvi's memoirs, which were published in 1964 as Vospominaniia sotsialdemokrata (Memoirs of a Social Democrat).

Series 6 is papers of Boris Gurevich (alias Dvinov, 1886-1968), another Menshevik and writer. There are two boxes of mostly post-1945 files, including correspondence, manuscripts, and subject files on right wing Russian émigré political groups.

Series 7 consists of one box of papers of Abram Lazarevich Vigderzon (d. 1984). It has Vigderzon's correspondence in the 1970s-80s with Sapir, and manuscripts, including one concerning the Zionists imprisoned at Solovki in the 1920s.

Series 8 includes four boxes of records of the Zagranichnaia Delegatsiia RSDRP. These records include correspondence of the 1920s (among them letters from Mensheviks in internal exile in the Soviet Union in the 1920s); notebooks and transcripts of the minutes of the Delegation's meetings in the 1920s-50s; files on the "Berlinskii klub im. Martova" (1920s-30s) and the "New York Center" (1940s-50s); Sapir's notebooks from the 1920s-30s; and files on the conferences of the Socialist Youth International, in which he participated as a representative of the Delegation in the late 1920s and 1930s.

Series 9 was the gift of Mrs. Leon Shapiro to the Bakhmeteff Archive in 1985. It consists of one box of letters from Boris Sapir to Leon Shapiro covering the period 1974 through 1984. The correspondence deals primarily with contemporary political events in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. It also contains extensive critical commentary on a wide range of publications including the Russian émigré press, world literature and the social sciences. Of special interest are Sapir's discussion of his own works and the events leading up to their publication.

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Processing Information

Papers processed Ellen Scaruffi 1992.

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History / Biographical Note

Biographical / Historical

The life of Boris Sapir (1902-1989) spanned most of the twentieth century and was touched by some of its most tumultuous and important events. In the obituaries written about him, he was often termed the last Menshevik. This refers to the fact that he joined the Russian Social Democratic Workers Party Mensheviks in 1919 at the age of seventeen and far outlived all other party leaders most of whom were a generation older. But he was also an historian and archivist and editor or author of several important works on the history of Russian radical populism and socialism.

Boris Moiseevich Sapir was born on February 24 1902 in the city of Lodz then part of the Russian Empire's Polish provinces. His father Moses Sapir was a Jewish businessman in that rapidly growing industrial city. At home the family spoke Russian but the young Sapir acquired some knowledge of Hebrew and Yiddish as well. Boris Sapir attended the Vitanovskii Gymnasium in Lodz until 1914. After the occupation of Lodz by the Central Powers in December 1914 the Sapirs settled in Moscow and Boris continued his education at the gymnasium division of the Lazarevskii Institute of Oriental Languages. After the February 1917 Revolution the young Sapir became more and more politically involved. By mid-1918 he had come to sympathize with the Mensheviks. He formally joined the party in November 1919. He served in a noncombatant role.

Following the line of its leaders at that point in the Russian civil war when the White armies seemed close to victory and to restoration of the old order he joined the Red Army. He served from November 1919 to January 1921 by which time the Bolsheviks were sure of victory and were beginning to move ruthlessly against their erstwhile socialist allies. Many Mensheviks Socialist Revolutionaries and others were exiled imprisoned or killed. Sapir spent most of the period from February 1921 to December 1925 in prisons concentration camps including the notorious Solovki complex in the far north and Siberian exile because of his Menshevik affiliation and activities. He finally escaped abroad in 1926.

Sapir then settled in Germany. He remained an active Menshevik working in the Foreign Delegation of the party Zagranichnaia Delegatsiia RSDRP and representing it at the conferences of the Socialist Youth International in the late 1920s and early 1930s. He was also a regular contributor to the party's journal Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik Socialist Herald He attended Heidelberg University graduating with a degree in law Dr. juris utriusque in 1932. His thesis Dostojewsky und Tolstoi über Probleme des Rechts Dostoevskii and Tolstoi on Problems of Law was published in Tübingen in 1932 and republished in 1977.

In 1933 when the Nazis came to power in Germany he left the country. By the end of 1935 he had settled in Amsterdam. There he began his many years of work with the International Institute of Social History. Together with Boris I. Nicolaevsky director of the Institute's branch in Paris he organized its work collecting and preserving, materials on the history of Russian socialism and populism.

The outbreak of World War II, and the German occupation of the Netherlands started Sapir moving westwards again beginning an important new phase in his professional and political life. In 1942 he reached Cuba where he found himself again working as an historian. This time however his topic was Jewish history specifically the development of the Jewish community of Cuba. The results of his work appeared in articles in several languages German Yiddish and English. In English the result was The Jewish Community of Cuba Settlement and Growth New York 1948.

In 1944 Sapir entered the United States. He settled in New York where he became an active member of the sole surviving significant group of exiled Mensheviks. Led by such party veterans as Fedor and Lidiia Dan Raphael, Abramovitch, Gregor Aronson Boris Nicolaevsky and others they continued to publish Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik until 1965 and to discuss the present and future of Russia. At the end of the forties a dispute arose among the Mensheviks about the question whether political cooperation with the Russians who had fought on the German side against the Soviet Union in World War II was permissible.

Sapir and some others denied this and went into the opposition. Sapir became an American citizen and in 1948 he married Berti Willikes-MacDonald a Dutch citizen. They had two children Leo Alexander born in 1949 and Anna Brechta born in 1952 He remained active in historical research as the Director of the Research Department of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. He was also one of the initiators of the Inter-University Project on the History of the Menshevik Movement. He was one of the authors of The Mensheviks From the Revolution of 1917 to the Second World War Chicago and London 1974 contributing its thoughtful concluding section Notes and Reflections on the History of Menshevism.

In 1967 on his retirement from the Joint Distribution Committee Sapir returned with his family to Amsterdam. There he took up once more the work he had left a quarter of a century before. He remained for the rest of his life at the International Institute of Social History collecting and editing archival materials advising scholars and students and publishing several important works on the history of Russian populism and socialism. These were Vpered 1873-1877 Materialy iz arkhiva Valeriana Nikolaevicha Smirnova Vpered 1873-1877 Materials from the Archive of V. N. Smirnov 2 vols. Dordrecht 1970, Lavrov, gody emigratsii Arkhivnye materialy v dvukh tomakh Lavrov the Years of Emigration Archival Material in Two Volumes Dordrecht 1974, Fedor Il'ich Dan: Pis'ma, 1899-1946 F. I. Dan Letters 1899-1946 Amsterdam 1985, and, Iz arkhiva L. O. Dan From the Archive of L. O. Dan Amsterdam 1987.

He also wrote numerous shorter essays book reviews and introductions to others' books. His professional, bibliography, as both an historian and a socialist covers seven decades 1926-1989 and includes materials published not only in Russian and English but in German Yiddish Dutch and Hebrew as well. In 1985 he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Amsterdam. Just before his death on December 11 1989 he completed an introduction to a collection of the letters and writings of Menshevik leader L. Martov. He was also working on a history of Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik including the decipherment of the many pseudonyms used by its authors. The index was published posthumously in 1992.

Just as his adult life had commenced in the years of the Russian revolutions and civil war he died as communist power was rapidly declining in the Soviet Union and indeed already collapsing in many countries. In an announcement of Sapir's death his family noted We are grateful that he was able to experience the beginning of the disintegration of communism in Eastern Europe.

On December 6 1991 on the eve of the dissolution of the, USSR, Soviet legal authorities officially recognized that Sapir's arrests and convictions in 1921-25 were illegal and he was rehabilitated along with many other former political prisoners. Sapir's family in the West was notified, and of this a few months later by which time the USSR had ceased to exist. The relevant documents, listing his alleged crimes and resulting punishments can perhaps serve as a coda to the history of Russian Menshevism and its apparent complete defeat by the Bolsheviks and the Soviet state but then the subsequent collapse of that state itself as the century neared its close.

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Series I: Cataloged Correspondence & Photographs


Subseries I.1: Correspondence



Box 1 Aksel'rod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich) (1850-1928) To Evgenii Arkad'evich Anagin [Anaguine], [v.p.], Jan. - May 1920


Box 1 Berlin, Isaiah, Sir To Boris Sapir, Oxford, 3 June 1965


Box 1 Brandt, Willy (1913-) To Boris Sapir, Bonn, 27 June 1985 and 21 Oct. 1985


Box 1 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Boris Sapir, New York, 10 June and 1 July 1942


Box 1 Dawidowicz, Lucy S. To Boris Sapir, Elmhurst, NY, 2 Feb. 197


Box 1 Karpovich, Michael (1888-1959) To Boris Sapir, Cambridge, Mass. and New Haven, Conn, Nov. 1946 and Sept. 1958


Box 1 Serge, Victor (1890-1947) To Boris Sapir, Mexico, Sept. 1942


Box 1 Vernadsky. George (1887-1973) To Boris Sapir, New Haven, Conn., 7 Aug. 1957


Subseries I.2: Photographs


Box 1 Aksel'rod, P. B. (Pavel Borisovich) (1850-1928) Photographs, [v.p.], [n.d.] and 1922-1928


Box 1 Blum, Leon (1872-1950) and David Dubinsky (1892- ) Photograph, [n.p.], no date


Box 1 Breshko-Breshkovskaia, Ekaterina Konstantinovna (1944-1934) Photograph, [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 1 Kautsky, Karl (1854-1938) Photographs, [n.p.], [n.d.]


Box 1 Kizevetter, A.A. (Aleksandr Aleksandrovich) (1844-1934) Photographs, [n.p.], ca. 1907


Box 1 Lavrov, P.L. (Petr Lavrovich) (1823-1900) Photograph, [n.p.], no date


Box 1 Martov, L. (1873-1923) [IUlii Osipovich TSederbaum] Photographs, [v.p.], [n.p.] 1916-1923


Box 1 Radek, Karl (1885-1939) Photographs, [n.p.], 1909-1910


Box 1 Trotsky, Leon (1879-1940) Photographs, [n.p.], 1918-1939?

Series II: Arranged Correspondence



Box 2 A miscellaneous


Box 2 Abramovitch, Raphael A. (1880-1963)


Box 2 Adler Family


Box 2 Alloi, Vladimir Efimovich


Box 2 American Joint Jewish Distribution Committee


Box 2 Andler family


Box 2 Aronson, Gregor (1887-1968)


Box 2 B miscellaneous


Box 2 Bal'zamo, Elena Grigor'evna


Box 2 Barents, Jan


Box 2 "Bibliographica Judaica"


Box 2 Bienstock, Gregory (1885-1954)


Box 2 Blit, Lucjan and Barbara


Box 2 Bogdanova, Nataliia Borisovna


Box 2 Brancovan, Constantine


Box 2 Brovkin, Vladimir N.


Box 2 C miscellaneous


Box 2 Caffi, Andreas To Mikhail Andreevich Osorgin & Tatiana Ossorguine-Bakounine


Box 2 Cherikover, I.M. (1881-1943) Tcherikower



Box 3 D miscellaneous


Box 3 Dallin, David J. (1889-1962) with Raphael A. Abramovitch (1880-1963)


Box 3 Dalina, Liliia


Box 3 Dan, Lidiia


Box 3 Dediulin, Sergei Vladimirovich


Box 3 Dickman, Irving R.


Box 3 Devreese, Daisy Eveline


Box 3 Dietz-Verlag


Box 3 Donald, Moira


Box 3 Duker, Abraham G. (Abraham Gordon) (1907-)


Box 3 Einsele, Helga Hackmann (1910-)


Box 3 Eiter, Richard


Box 3 Elwood, Ralph Carter (1936-)


Box 3 "Encyclopedia Judaica"


Box 3 Erlich, Alexander


Box 3 Estrin, Samuel Efimovitch



Box 4 F miscellaneous


Box 4 Fel'shtinskii, IUrii (1956-)


Box 4 Fieseler, Beate


Box 4 Fine, Morris


Box 4 Francl, Herbert


Box 4 G miscellaneous


Box 4 Garvi, Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) (1881-1944) and Sofiia


Box 4 Garvy, George


Box 4 Goldenberg, Boris


Box 4 Gordon family


Box 4 Gour'evitch, Annie


Box 4 Gringauz, Samuel


Box 4 Grunfeld, Judith


Box 4 Gul', Roman (1896-)


Box 4 Gurevich, Boris L'vovich [Dvinov] & Sofiia


Box 4 H miscellaneous


Box 4 Haber, Samuel L.


Box 4 Heine, Fritz



Box 5 Heinz, Karl


Box 5 Heller, M.IA.


Box 5 Henke, Ingeborg


Box 5 Hilfman, Mona


Box 5 Hunink, Maria


Box 5 I miscellaneous


Box 5 Imnaishvili, I.P.


Box 5 International Herald Tribune


Box 5 J miscellaneous


Box 5 Jansen, Marc


Box 5 Jasny, N.M.


Box 5 Jewish Labor Committee (U.S.)


Box 5 Jordan, Charles H.



Box 6 K miscellaneous


Box 6 Kadt, Jacques de


Box 6 Kalnins, Bruno


Box 6 Kammermacher, Julia [Kamermakher]


Box 6 Kaplan, S.N.


Box 6 Kats, Iu.E. [Kac, Katz]


Box 6 Kautsky family


Box 6 Kern, Karl


Box 6 Khoundadze-Sombart, Thamara


Box 6 Kisselgoff, Lilia


Box 6 Kohn, Hein


Box 6 Kolatchevsky, V.


Box 6 Kordysh, Inna Georgievna [Kordish, Kuchina]


Box 6 Kun, Nikolai Nikolaevich


Box 6 Kushev, Evgenii (1947-)



Box 7 L miscellaneous


Box 7 Lehning, Arthur


Box 7 Levin, Meier Ovseevich


Box 7 Liebich, Andr


Box 7 Lopatina, Elena Brunovna


Box 7 Lounz, Gregory [Lunts]


Box 7 Lšwinsohn, Hans


Box 7 M miscellaneous


Box 7 Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co.


Box 7 Mazel, Liza [Masel]


Box 7 Meijer, Jan Marinus


Box 7 Mering, Berta Borisovna


Box 7 Minkoff family


Box 7 Mishkinsky, Moshe (1917-)


Box 7 Mozer, Alfred


Box 7 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. (1887-1966) with David J. Dallin (1889-1962)


Box 7 O miscellaneous


Box 7 Ollenhauer, Erich (1901-1963)


Box 7 Oriental Research Partners



Box 8 Ossorguine-Bakounine, Tatiana


Box 8 P miscellaneous


Box 8 Peters, Jan


Box 8 Pirogov, S.


Box 8 Popova, TamaraIUl'evna


Box 8 Pospielovsky, Dimitry (1935-)


Box 8 Posthumus, William H.


Box 8 Quast family


Box 8 R miscellaneous


Box 8 Radbruch, Gustav (1878-1949)


Box 8 Raeff, Marc


Box 8 Reich, Nathan


Box 8 Reiman, M.P.


Box 8 Roginskii, Arsenii Borisovich


Box 8 Roodselaar, Gysbertus



Box 9 Rubinstein, Nina


Box 9 "Russkaia Mysl'"


Box 9 S miscellaneous


Box 9 Sapir, Boris To Marc Raeff


Box 9 Scheltema-Keefstra, Anna Catharina Adama von (1884-1977)


Box 9 Scholing, Michael (1954-)


Box 9 Schwartz, Solomon Meierovich


Box 9 Shapiro, Leon


Box 9 Shchupak, S. [Stchoupak]


Box 9 Silberner, Edmund (1910-)


Box 9 Sturmthal, Adolf


Box 9 Souvarine, Boris [Suvarin]



Box 10 T miscellaneous


Box 10 Tas, S.


Box 10 Theen, Rolf H.W. (1937-)


Box 10 Thomassen, Wim (1909-)


Box 10 Troitskii, N.A. (Nikolai Alekseevich)


Box 10 U miscellaneous


Box 10 V miscellaneous


Box 10 Vail', Boris (1939-) [Weil]


Box 10 Vakar, Gertruda Pavlovna


Box 10 Veen family


Box 10 Vol'skii, Nikolai Vladislavovich


Box 10 Vorrink, Koos (1891-1955)


Box 10 W miscellaneous


Box 10 Walter, Franz


Box 10 Weinfeld, Eduardo


Box 10 Weinreich, Max (1894-1969)


Box 10 Winsburg, Benjamin


Box 10 Wolin, Simon [Volin, Semen IUl'evich]


Box 10 World Union of Jewish Studies


Box 10 Woytinsky family [Voitinskii]



Box 11 Yakobson, Sergius (1901-)


Box 11 Yapou family


Box 11 Yivo Institute for Jewish Research


Box 11 Zarusky, JŸrgen


Box 11 Zweers, A.F.


Box 11 Unidentified


Box 11 Greeting cards

Series III: Arranged Manuscripts



Box 12 Abramovitch, Raphael A. (1880-1963) "Vikzhel'"


Box 12 Anan'in, E.A. "Iz vospominanii revoliutsionera, 1905-1923 gg."


Box 12 Aronson, Gregor (1887-1968) "Men'shevizm v 1905-1914 gg. (ch. 1-a)"


Box 12 "Pravovoe techenie sredi men'shevikov"


Box 12 Blau, Bruno "The Jews in the Third Reich"


Box 12 Broido-Cohn, Vera "Unfreedom:Socialists under Lenin


Box 12 Bukhgol'ts, Vil'gelm Adol'fovich "My First Meeting with Lenin"


Box 12 Dan, Lidiia Transcripts of Her Interviews


Box 12 Denike, George "Men'sheviki v 1917 g."



Box 13 "Posle razgona Uchreditel'nogo sobraniia"


Box 13 Gershuni, Jacques Malinovsky


Box 13 Fel'shtinskii, IUrii (1956-) "Razgovory s Bukharinym"


Box 13 Getzler, Israel (1920-) "Martov in 1917;" "The Mensheviks, a Post Mortem"


Box 13 Gurevich, Boris L'vovich [Dvinov] "Moskovskii sovet rabochikh deputatov"


Box 13 "Pervaia mirovaia voina i Rossiiskaiasotsialdemokratiia"


Box 13 "Shtrikhi moei zhizni"



Box 14 Janouch, Frantisek "A Voluntary Trip to Siberia"


Box 14 "Report on a Trip . . . 1988"


Box 14 Lande, Leo "Men'shevizm v 1917 g."


Box 14 Research notes


Box 14 Levin, N. "Vospominaniia"



Box 15 Liebich, Andre (1948-) "Marxism and Totalitarianism"


Box 15 Mozer, Alfred "Eine Reisebericht, U.S.A. 1960"


Box 15 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. (1887-1966) "Gruppa sibirskikh tsimmerval'distov"


Box 15 "RSDRP (men'sheviki) ... s dekabriia 1917 po iiul' 1918"


Box 15 "Men'shevizm v period voennogo kommunizma"


Box 15 Pipes, Richard "Russian Marxism and Its Populist Background"


Box 15 Pospielovsky, Dimitry (1935-) "The Role of Ethics in History"


Box 15 Sapir, Boris "Die Arbeitsvertrag nach dem Entwurfe eines allgemeinen Arbeitsvertragsgesetzes"


Box 15 "The Displaced Jews"


Box 15 "Entstehung und Entwicklungsprozess der juedischen Kolonie in Kuba"


Box 15 "Fedor Il'ich Dan i ego poslednaia kniga"


Box 15 "Jewish Socialists around 'Vpered'"


Box 15 "Die jugendlichen Arbeiter in Russland"


Box 15 "The Last Chapter"


Box 15 "Liberman i russkii sotsializm"



Box 16 Sapir, Boris On Dostoevskii


Box 16 On Solovki


Box 16 "Origin and Growth of the Jewish Community in Cuba"


Box 16 "Poslednaia glava"


Box 16 "Predshestvenniki men'shevizma"


Box 16 "Sobiranie materialov po istorii evreev v Kube..."


Box 16 "Die Staatsschuldenproblem und die Klassiker"


Box 16 "Study of the History of the Menshevik Party"


Box 16 "An Unknown Correspondent of Andrey Bely"


Box 16 "V okkupirovanoi Gollandii"


Box 16 Schwartz, Solomon Meierovich "Komissiia Shidlovskogo"


Box 16 "Men'shevizm i bol'shevizm v ikh otnoshenii k massovomu rabochemu dvizheniiu"


Box 16 Volin, Semen IUlevich [Wolin] "Deiatel'nost' men'shevikov v profsoiuzakh..."


Box 16 "Men'shevizm v 20-kh i nachale 30-kh gg."



Box 17 Welcker, J.M. "Zwischen Wirklichkeit und Traum"


Box 17 Windsburg, Benjamin "Last Days of the Gush Etzion Field Hospital"


Box 17 Unidentified authors



Box 18 Sapir's notebooks



Box 19 Sapir's notebooks


Box 19 Sapir's miscellaneous notes and short essays



Box 20 Sapir's notes and photocopies in binders (chiefly on Russian Marxism, populism and early socialism)



Box 21 Sapir's notes and photocopies in binders (chiefly on Russian Marxism, populism and early socialism)



Box 22 Sapir's notes and photocopies in binders (chiefly on Russian Marxism, populism and early socialism)

Series IV: Subject Files



Box 23 American Joint Jewish Distribution Committee JDC Primer, 1945


Box 23 Minutes ... of Department Heads' Meetings, 1966-75



Box 24 "Arkhiv Aksel'roda IISH (International Institute for Social History)" A collection of typed transcripts and letters to and from P.B. (Pavel Borisovich Aksel'rod (1850-1928), 1901-1920


Box 24 Aksel'rod On Potresov's "V plenu u illiuzii"


Box 24 Aksel'rod Letters to Dan F. [Fedor], 1871-1947


Box 24 Aksel'rod To Dan and Trotsky (1879-1940)


Box 24 Aksel'rod To Garvi, Petr A. (Petr Abramovich), 1881-1944


Box 24 Aksel'rod To "Zhizn'"


Box 24 Bliumenfel'd, I.S. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Broido, E.L. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Chkhenkeli, A.I. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Ermolaev, K.M. Letters to Dan


Box 24 Ezhov, Sergei Osipovich Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Garvi, Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) (1881-1944) Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Garvi, Petr A. To Martov, L, 1873-1923


Box 24 Kalafati, D.P. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Levitskii, V.O. [Tsederbaum] Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Maevskii, E. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Maiskii, I.M. (Ivan Mikhailovich) (1884-1975) Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Maiskii, I.M. (Ivan Mikhailovich) (1884-1975) To Martov


Box 24 Miscellaneous correspondence


Box 24 Piletskii, IA. A. Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Potresov, A.N. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) (1869-1934) Letters to Martov


Box 24 Rakovskii, Khristian Georgievich (1873-1941) Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Roshchin Letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Schwartz, Solomon Meierovich letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Semkovskii, S. letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Valetskii, Maks letters to Aksel'rod


Box 24 Viaz'menskii, G.M. & Bebutov, D.I., Kniaz letters to Aksel'rod

Series V: Biographical Series



Box 25 Abramovitch, Raphael A.


Box 25 Aksel'rod, P.B.(Pavel Borisovich) (1850-1928)


Box 25 Aleksandrova, Vera (1895-1966)


Box 25 Aronson, Gregor (1887-1968)


Box 25 Dallin, David J. (1889-1962)


Box 25 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947)


Box 25 Dan, Lidiia


Box 25 Denike, George


Box 25 Gurevich, Boris L'vovich


Box 25 Kammermacher, Julia


Box 25 Lande, Leo


Box 25 Lopatin, G.A.



Box 26 Martov, L. (1873-1923)


Box 26 Meijer, Jan Marinus


Box 26 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. (1887-1966)


Box 26 Schapiro, Leonard Bertram (1908-)


Box 26 Schwartz, Solomon Meierovich


Box 26 Shub, David A.


Box 26 Souvarine, Boris


Box 26 Svirskaia, Mina L'vovna


Box 26 TSereteli, I.G. (Iraklii Georgievich) (1881-1959)


Box 26 Woytinsky, Wladimir S. & Emma

Series VI: History of Menshevism Project



Box 27 Biografii men'shevikov


Box 27 Contribution by Leo Lande


Box 27 Copies of resolutions, etc., 1917


Box 27 Correspondence with Leopold H. Haimson


Box 27 Obituaries


Box 27 Proposals, plans, drafts

Series VII: Numbered files on Populism

Typed transcripts of correspondence, clippings and notes



Box 28 Aleksandrov, V.M. (1)


Box 28 Anderson, F.N. (2)


Box 28 Armashevskii, P.Ia. (3)


Box 28 Aronzon, M. (4)


Box 28 "Beverlei" (5)


Box 28 Munich library (6)


Box 28 Zurich library (7)


Box 28 Brovkov, A.P. (8)


Box 28 Buturlin, Aleksandr Sergeevich (1845-1916) (9)


Box 28 Vainer, L. (10)


Box 28 Vaisman, Boris Abramovich (11)


Box 28 Varzar, V.E. (Vasilii Egorovich) (1851-1940) (12)


Box 28 "Vpered" (13-15)


Box 28 Ginzburg, L.S. (16-17)


Box 28 Glasko, I.A. (18)


Box 28 Golubov, Natan (19)


Box 28 Gol'denberg, Latar' Borisovich (20)


Box 28 "Grazhdanin" (21)


Box 28 Gurevich, G.E. (22)


Box 28 Dalgat (23)


Box 28 Denike, Iosif Egorovich (24)


Box 28 Dekhterev, V.G. [Morozov] (25)


Box 28 Drizo, Aleksandr Akimovich (26-27)


Box 28 Zaslavskii, Evgenii Osipovich (28)



Box 29 Zdanovich, Georgii Feliksovich [Petrov] (29)


Box 29 "Zemlia i volia" (29a)


Box 29 Zubku-Kodreanu, N.P. (30)


Box 29 Zundelevich, A.I. (31-32)


Box 29 Ivanchin-Pisarev, A.I. (33)


Box 29 Idel'son, R.Kh. (34)


Box 29 Il'in, Vasilii Mikhailovich (35)


Box 29 Jochelson, Waldemar, [Iokel'son] (1855-1937)


Box 29 Karganova, L.A. (37)


Box 29 Karpov, Valerian Porfirovich [Federov] (38)


Box 29 Kviatkovskii, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich (38a)


Box 29 Klaver (39)


Box 29 Klements, D.A. (40)


Box 29 Kobylianskii, Erast Aleksandrovich (41)


Box 29 Koval'skii, Ivan Martynovich (42)


Box 29 Kropotkin, Aleksandr Alekseevich (43)


Box 29 Kuliadko-Koretskii, Aleksandr Grigor'evich (44)


Box 29 Kuliadko-Koretskii, Nikolai Grigor'evich (45)


Box 29 Lavrov, P.L. (Petr Lavrovich) (1823-1900) (46)


Box 29 Lakier, E. (47)


Box 29 Lin'v, Aleksandr Longinovich (48)


Box 29 Linev, Ivan Longinovich (49)


Box 29 Lytkin, Dmitrii (50)


Box 29 Mandelbaum, A. (51)


Box 29 Margolin, Moisei Isakovich [Moiseev] (52)


Box 29 Melenchuk, Vasilii Sil'vestrovich (53)



Box 30 Natanson, Mark Andreevich (1851-1919)


Box 30 "Nachalo" (54a)


Box 30 Nikiforov, Lev Pavlovich? (55)


Box 30 "Obshchina" (56)


Box 30 Pavlovskii, Aaron IAkovlevich (57)


Box 30 Pereiaslovtseva, Sof'ia Mikhailovna (58)


Box 30 Podolinskii, S.A.


Box 30 "Rabotnik" (58a)


Box 30 Rennekamp, S.F. (59)


Box 30 Rikhter, Dmitrii Ivanovich (60)


Box 30 Romm, Maksim (61)


Box 30 Riabinov (62)


Box 30 Sazhin, Mikhail Petrovich (63)


Box 30 Saper, Grigorii Davidovich (64)


Box 30 Smirnov, Valerian Nikolaevich (65)


Box 30 Solov'ev, P. (66)


Box 30 Staroborskii, A.S. (67)


Box 30 Stepanov (68)


Box 30 Sudzalovskii, N.K. (69)


Box 30 Takin, AntonFeliksovich (70)


Box 30 Tveritinov, A.N. (71)


Box 30 "Travailleur" (71a)


Box 30 Tumanov, S.B. (72)


Box 30 Turskii (73)


Box 30 Finkel'shtein, A. (74)


Box 30 "Frichi" (75)


Box 30 Tsimmerman, Emilii Emil'evich (76)


Box 30 Chaikovskii, N.V. (Nikolai Vasilevich) (1850-1926)


Box 30 Chudnovskii, I.L. (78)


Box 30 Shtakov, Vladimir Semenovich (79)


Box 30 Shnee, Samuil Abramovich (79a)


Box 30 Elpidin, M.K. (80)


Box 30 El'snits, Aleksandr Leont'evich (81)


Box 30 Epshtein, Anna Mikhailovich (82)


Box 30 Ianvyn, Mikhail Ivanovich [Kapitan] (83)


Box 30 Varia (84)

Series VIII: Populism P.L. (Petr Lavrovich) Lavrov & "Vpered"



Box 31 "Arkhiv Smirnova"


Box 31 Copies from "Arkhiv P.S.-R."


Box 31 Dekhterev-Morozov Manuscripts and letters


Box 31 "Lavrov and the commune of Paris"


Box 31 "Lavrov and Tkachev"


Box 31 Lavrov to Valerian Nikolaevich Smirnov


Box 31 Lavrov, P.L. to R.KH. Idel'son and Valerian Nikolaevich Smirnov


Box 31 "Nenapechatannye materialy iz arkhiva 'Vpered'"


Box 31 "Opis' arkhiva P.S.-R."


Box 31 "Predrassudki nashikh sotsial'nykh revoliutsionerov protiv Evreev"


Box 31 Voshchakin, Iakov V. To Valerian Nikolevich Smirnov


Box 31 "Vpered!Neperiodicheskii sbornik"



Box 32 Populism and Lavrov



Box 33 Populism and Lavrov

Series IX: Miscellaneous Topics



Box 34 "Arkhiv Samuel Efimovich Estrina"


Box 34 Berlin, Isaiah, Sir


Box 34 Bolsheviks


Box 34 "Dvizhenie upolnomochennykh 1918"


Box 34 Early Russian Socialism


Box 34 Emigration


Box 34 Emigre Mensheviks and 2nd Emigration


Box 34 Esenin, Sergei Aleksandrovich (1895-1925)



Box 35 General history


Box 35 Goldenberg, Boris


Box 35 Goldman, Emma (1869-1940)


Box 35 Heller, M.Ia.


Box 35 History of "Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik" and Social Democrats


Box 35 IAkir, Petr Ionovich


Box 35 International Institute for Social History


Box 35 IISH materials on Russian Social Democracy


Box 35 Iz arkhiva red. "Sots. Vestnika"



Box 36 Jansen, Marc "Show Trial under Lenin"


Box 36 Jewish Bund


Box 36 Jews in Cuba


Box 36 Jews (miscellaneous)


Box 36 Korolenko, Vladimir Galaktionovich (1853-1921)


Box 36 Kronshtadt uprising (article)


Box 36 Michael Confino Kropotkin, Petr


Box 36 Kuskova, Ektarina Dmitrievna



Box 37 League for Russian Freedom, 1949, 1950, 1951


Box 37 Lenin


Box 37 Leo Lande's work with ORT


Box 37 LŸbbe, Peter ed., "Kautsky gegen Lenin"


Box 37 Luxemburg, Rosa (1871-1919)


Box 37 Marx and Marxism


Box 37 Materials received from A. Kimball, ca. 1970


Box 37 Materials received from L. Kisselgoff, 1984


Box 37 "Miles" (Kurt Menz, Walter Lowe)


Box 37 Mishkinsky, Moshe (1917-)


Box 37 Nechaev and "Kolokol"


Box 37 "Osvobozhdenie Truda"



Box 38 Paris Commune


Box 38 Pollak, Oscar, and Marianne Austrian socialism


Box 38 "Protiv techeniia" and disagreements among NY mensheviks


Box 38 "Rabochaia Mysl'," 1898


Box 38 Raeff, Marc


Box 38 Reviews of and responses to Boris Sapir's publications


Box 38 Russian 1917 Revolution and Civil War


Box 38 Russian culture, philosophy, etc.



Box 39 Russian Social Democracy


Box 39 Sapir, Boris "Bibliografie van de werken van B.M. Sapir" by Marc Jansen


Box 39 Sapir, Boris Biographical material (miscellaneous)


Box 39 Sapir, Boris Obituaries


Box 39 Sapir in Denmark, 1930


Box 39 Sapir's exchange with Isaac Deutscher over Menshevism, 1965


Box 39 Sapir's flight from Europe, 1940-43


Box 39 Sapir's "Rehabilitation", 1991


Box 39 Sapir's trip to Europe, 1947


Box 39 Socialist movement in Soviet Russia, 1980s


Box 39 Socialist Revolutionaries



Box 40 Soiuz bor'by za osvobozhdenie narodov Rossii, 1948-49; 1950


Box 40 "Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik", 1940s & 1950s


Box 40 Starink, Laura


Box 40 Stalin


Box 40 "Stikhi saratovskikh poetov"


Box 40 Talin, V.I., 1880-1944


Box 40 Totalitarianism and "1984"


Box 40 Trotsky, Leon (1879-1940)


Box 40 Trotsky's correspondence with his wife, 1930s



Box 41 Wiedijk, C.H. "Koos Vorrink"


Box 41 World socialism, 1980s


Box 41 Yivo Research Conference on Jewish Participation in Movements devoted to the Cause of Social Progress, 1964


Box 41 Zagorskii, S.


Box 41 Zasulich, Vera Ivanovna (1849-1919)

Series X: Photographs



Box 42 Abramovitch, Raphael A.


Box 42 Adler family


Box 42 Aksel'rod, Aleksandr Pavlovich


Box 42 Amal'rik, Andrei (1938-)


Box 42 Andler family


Box 42 Arkavina, Vera IAkovlevna


Box 42 Aronson family


Box 42 Baturskii, B.S.


Box 42 Bauer, Otto (1881-1938)


Box 42 Ber, Boris Naumovich


Box 42 Bienstock, Gregory (1885-1954)


Box 42 Blit, Lucjan


Box 42 Bogdanov family


Box 42 Bronshtein, Mikhail Adamovich


Box 42 Brouckre, Louis de (1870-1951)


Box 42 Caffi, Andreas


Box 42 Chlenov, Boris Arkad'evich


Box 42 Ciliga, P.


Box 42 Dallin, David J. & L.


Box 42 Dallin family


Box 42 Denike, George


Box 42 Dubua, Anatolii Edgardovich [Dubois]


Box 42 Elias, Norbert


Box 42 Erlich, Alexander


Box 42 Ermolaev, Konstantin Mikhailovich


Box 42 Estrin, Samuel Efimovich


Box 42 Ezerskaia, F.


Box 42 Garvi, Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) (1881-1944) and Sofiia


Box 42 Getzler, Israel (1920-)


Box 42 Ginzberg, Rafail IAkovlevich


Box 42 Gofenberg, Iosif


Box 42 Goldenberg, Boris


Box 42 Grinfel'd, Iu.A.


Box 42 Gringauz, Samuel


Box 42 Gumbel, Emil Julius (1891-)


Box 42 Gurevich, Sof'ia Il'ianovna


Box 42 Heine, Fritz


Box 42 Herzen monuments


Box 42 Ingerman, Sergei Mikhailovich


Box 42 International Socialist Congress , Vienna, 1931


Box 42 Isuv, Iosif Andreevich


Box 42 Iudin, Isai L'vovich [Aizenstadt]


Box 42 Iugov, A.A.


Box 42 Iushkevich, Pavel Solomonovich


Box 42 Jewish Labor Comittee (U.S.)


Box 42 Jordan, Charles


Box 42 Kalnnins, Bruno


Box 42 Kammermacher, Julia, & M. Kefali


Box 42 Kautsky family


Box 42 Khundadze, Mikhail


Box 42 Kranikhfel'd, Andrei Sergeevich


Box 42 Krivinskaia, Anna Leopol'dovna


Box 42 Kuchin family


Box 42 Kun, Mikl-s, and Gerebon, Agnes


Box 42 Kushev, Evgenii Igorevich


Box 42 Kuskova, Ekaterina Dmitrievna



Box 43 Lande, Leo


Box 43 Landysheva, Evgeniia Aleksandrovna


Box 43 Latvian Social Democrats


Box 43 Lavrova, Antonia Khristoforovna


Box 43 Levinsky, Eva


Box 43 Litkens family


Box 43 Lodyzhenskii, IUrii Il'ich


Box 43 Lopatin, German Aleksandrovich


Box 43 Makadziub, Ida Solomonovna and M.


Box 43 Mandel'shtam, Maksim Osipovich


Box 43 Menshevik graves


Box 43 Menshevik groups


Box 43 Mensheviks in Berlin, 1920s


Box 43 Mensheviks in New York


Box 43 Mering, Berta Borisovna


Box 43 Minkoff, I.


Box 43 Miscellaneous


Box 43 Negreskul, Maria Petrovna


Box 43 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. (1887-1966)


Box 43 Norton, Barbara


Box 43 Novakovskii, IAkov Solomonovich


Box 43 Olberg, Paul


Box 43 Ollenhauer, Erich (1901-1965)


Box 43 Ossorguine-Bakounine, Tatiana


Box 43 Panina, Sofiia Vladimirovna, Grafinia (1871-1956)


Box 43 Picture postcards of socialists


Box 43 Pop, Adelaida


Box 43 Potresov, A.N. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich), 1869-1934


Box 43 Rabinovich, I.G. (Iosif Genrikhovich) and P.A. (Petr Abramovich) Garvi


Box 43 Rozanov, V.N.


Box 43 Rozenfel'd, Orest Ivanovich


Box 43 Rubinstein, Nina


Box 43 Rubinstein, T.


Box 43 Sapir, Boris, family, & colleagues


Box 43 Sapir, Boris , Heidelberg, 1928-1931



Box 44 Schwartz, Solomon Meierovich


Box 44 Shtein, Aleksandr N.


Box 44 Silberner, Edmund


Box 44 Skomorovskii, B.A.


Box 44 Souvarine, Boris


Box 44 Svirskaia, Mina L'vovna


Box 44 Tabachnik, Mark I.


Box 44 Tsederbaum family - L. Martov


Box 44 Tsederbaum family - Sergei Osipovich Ezhov


Box 44 Tsederbaum family- V.O. Levitskii


Box 44 TSereteli, I.G. (Iraklii Georgievich) (1881-1959)


Box 44 Tuchapskii, Pavel Lukich


Box 44 Vainshtein, V.S.


Box 44 Vasil'ev, Boris Stepanovich


Box 44 Vigderzon, August L.


Box 44 Volin, Semen IUl'evich


Box 44 Vorrink, Koos (1891-1955)


Box 44 Woytinsky, Wladimir S.


Box 44 Yakobson, Sergius (1901-)


Box 44 Zborovskii, Mikhail Solomonovich


Box 44 Photos from Abramovitch family:from Lidiia Dan (2 folders) --From Sofiia Garvi --From B.A. Kalchen --From T. Rubinstein

Series XI: Printed



Box 45 Miscellaneous clippings, offprints, fliers, booklets, journals, ephemera.



Box 46 Miscellaneous clippings, offprints, fliers, booklets, journals, ephemera.

Series XII: Papers of Raphael A. Abramovitch (1880-1963)


Subseries XII.1: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 47 Cahan, Abraham (1860-1951) To Raphael A. Abramovich, New York, [n.d.] & Feb. 1937 - Jan. 1938


Box 47 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Raphael A. Abramovich, Issy-les-Moulineaux and Saint-Nizier-du-Moucherotte France, 15 Sept. 1936 and 10 July 1957


Box 47 Goldman, Emma (1869-1940) To Raphael A. Abramovich, Paris, 6 Aug. 1937 & 12 Aug. 1937


Box 47 Kautsky, Karl (1854-1938) To Raphael A. Abramovich, Vienna, 5 March & 4 April 1947


Box 47 Thomas, Norman (1884-1968) To Raphael A. Abramovich, New York, March - Nov. 1937


Subseries XII.2: Arranged Correspondence


Box 47 Correspondence and clippings concerning the disappearance of Abramovitch's son Mark Rein in 1937


Box 47 Rein Case - Numbered files 1a-1e.



Box 48 Rein case - numbered files 2-11

Series XIII: Papers of Gregor Aronson (1887-1968)


Subseries XIII.1: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 49 Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich (1886-1957) To Gregor Aronson, [v.p.], 1941-1957


Box 49 Chagall, Marc (1887-) To Gregor Aronson, [v.p.], [n.d.] & 1945-1955


Box 49 Karpovich, Michael, (1888-1959) To Gregor Aronson, [v.p.], 1946-1959


Box 49 Struve, Gleb To Gregor Aronson, BerkeleyCa., 5 Jan. 1960


Subseries XIII.2: Arranged Correspondence


Box 49 Aronson, Gregor (1887-1968) To various people


Box 49 Kliachko, Konstantin & V. [Klatchko, C.]


Box 49 Kuskova, Ekaterina Dmitrievna


Box 49 Mel'gunov, S.P. (Sergei Petrovich) (1879-1956)


Box 49 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. (1887-1966)


Box 49 Shchupak, S.


Box 49 Soloveichik, Samson (1930-)


Box 49 Vol'skii, N.V., To Aronson - typed transcripts of letters to various people


Box 49 Miscellaneous and unidentified


Subseries XIII.3: Arranged Manuscripts



Box 50 Aronson, Gregor "Evreiskii vopros v epokhu Stalina"


Box 50 "Iz vospominanii provintsial'nogo zhurnalista"


Box 50 "Kommentarii o rukopisi Aronson-Nikolaevskii"


Box 50 "Masons in Russian Politics"


Box 50 Miscellaneous notes, short essays, etc.


Box 50 On emigration


Box 50 On Jewish topics


Box 50 On literature


Box 50 On "party themes"



Box 51 Aronson, Gregor On "various themes"


Box 51 Poems


Box 51 "Revoliutsionnaia iunost'"


Box 51 "Right Menshevism"


Box 51 "Tvorchestvo M.A. Aldanova"


Box 51 "Zamechatel'nye liudi russkoi emigratsii"


Box 51 "Zapiski sekretaria ORT-a"



Box 52 Aronson, Gregor Notebooks


Box 52 Basil, John D. "Menshevik Foreign Policy in 1917"


Box 52 Miscellaneous and unidentified


Box 52 Aronson, Gregor Documents (migration, citizenship, etc.)


Box 52 Subject files:Biographies of Mensheviks


Box 52 Subject files: Deaths of Anna and Gregor Aronson


Box 52 Subject files: "Focus on Soviet Jewry"


Box 52 Subject files: Mensheviks in emigration


Box 52 Subject files: Menshevism History Project


Box 52 Subject files: Reviews of Aronson's "Rossiia v epokhu revoliutsii"


Box 52 Subject files: Russian emigre politics

Series XIV: Papers of F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) and Lidiia Dan


Subseries XIV.1: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 53 Blum, Leon (1872-1950) To [F. Dan?], Paris, [n.d.] & Aug. 1940?


Box 53 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Berta Borisovna Mering, Berlin, 1924-1932


Box 53 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Lidiia Dan, various places, 1940-1945


Box 53 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To P.Z. Ivlev [Levinson], various places, 1940-1946


Subseries XIV.2: Arranged Correspondence


Box 53 Adler, Ekaterina IA. Various people to her


Box 53 Adler, Friedrich


Box 53 Balabanova, Angelica


Box 53 Dan To P.B. (Pavel Borisovich) Aksel'rod


Box 53 Dan To A.N. (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) Potresov


Box 53 Dan, Lidiia To various people


Box 53 To Ekaterina IA. Adler


Box 53 To Gregor Aronson


Box 53 To F. (Fedor) Dan


Box 53 To Samuel Efimovich Estrin


Box 53 To Nina Rubinshtein


Box 53 Elkin, Boris I.


Box 53 Heroys, H.


Box 53 IUgov, A.A. [Yugow]


Box 53 Kuskova, Ekaterina Dmitrievna (excerpts)


Box 53 Meiksins, Gregory


Box 53 Rozenfel'd, Orest Ivanovich


Box 53 Vol'skii, N. V. (excerpts)


Box 53 Miscellaneous


Subseries XIV.3: Arranged Manuscripts



Box 54 Dan, F. (Fedor) Miscellaneous notes;Notebooks and Notes for "Novyi Put'"



Box 57 54 Dan, Lidiia Diary excerpts --Memoirs; --"Neozhidannyi vizit:Bukharin u Dana"; --Notes on F. (Fedor) Dan's letters to Berta Borisovna Mering; --On Vera Figner; --On Val'ter Krivitskii; --"Zapisi" - (2 binders)


Box 57 54 Kliachko, S.L.


Box 57 54 Miscellaneous and undentified notes



Box 55 Dan, Lidiia Diaries, 1942-1944; 1944-1947; 1947; 1947 & 1948; 1949-1951; 1955-1958; 1959-1962



Box 56 "Novyi Put'" files


Subseries XIV.4: Subject Files



Box 57 Compensation for losses by Dans in World War II


Box 57 Death of F. (Fedor) Dan


Box 57 Death of Lidiia Dan


Box 57 Lectures by F. (Fedor) Dan, 1940s


Box 57 Malinovskii, Roman


Box 57 Martov, L. (1873-1923)


Subseries XIV.5: Publications of Menshevism History Project



Box 58 Aronson, Gregor K istorii pravogo Techeniia Sredi men'shevikov


Box 58 Revoliutsionnaia iunost' vospominaniia


Box 58 Nicolaevsky, Boris I. Men'sheviki v dni oktiabr'skogo perevorota


Box 58 Miscellaneous clippings and publications

Series XV: Papers of Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) and Sofiia Garvi


Subseries XV.1: Arranged Correspondence



Box 59 Aronson, Gregor (1887-1968)


Box 59 Garvi, Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) (1881-1944) With various people


Box 59 Garvi, Sofiia With various people


Box 59 Sapir, Boris


Subseries XV.2: Arranged Manuscripts



Box 60 Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) Garvi "Rabochaia kooperatsiia (1917-1921)"


Box 60 "Vospominaniia ... ch. 2-a", (1906-16)


Box 60 "Vospominaniia ... Peterburg 1906 g. ... tetrad' II"


Box 60 "Vospominaniia ... 1907 g.;" "1917 god"


Box 60 "Vospominaniia ... posle 3-go iiunia 1907 g."


Box 60 "Vospominaniia ... 1912 g."



Box 61 "Vospominaniia sotsialdemokrata", 1899-1904 & 1905


Box 61 Essays in German


Box 61 Notes & drafts

Series XVI: Papers of Boris L'vovich Gurevich [Dvinov]


Subseries XVI.1: Cataloged correspondence



Box 62 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Boris L'vovich and Sofiia Gurevich , [v.p.], [n.d.] & 1926-1942


Subseries XVI.2: Arranged correspondence


Box 62 Miscellaneous


Box 62 Abramovitch, Raphael A.


Box 62 Dan, Lidiia


Box 62 Garvi, Sofiia


Subseries XVI.3: Arranged Manuscripts


Box 62 Fainsod, Merle "Controls and Tensions in the Soviet System"


Box 62 Miscellaneous


Box 62 Subject files: Bratstvo russkoi pravdy & L.N. Nol'de


Box 62 Nikolai Evgenyev'ich Khokhlov case


Box 62 Nationality question



Box 63 Natsional'no-Trudovoi Soiuz


Box 63 Nazi documents



Box 64 Nazi documents


Box 64 Rightist Russian emigre groups (miscellaneous groups)


Box 64 Soiuz bor'by za osvobozhdenie narodov Rossii (SBONR)


Box 64 "Trest" & "Vnutrenniaia liniia"


Box 64 Alexander Trushnovich case


Box 64 Vlasov movment


Box 64 Clippings, miscellaneous

Series XVII: Papers of Abram Lazarevich Vigderzon



Box 65 Arranged Correspondence with Boris Sapir


Box 65 Notebooks


Box 65 "Sionisty na Solovkakh ... 1925 g."


Box 65 "Dokumenty, zametki, stat'i, 1916-80 (k istorii odnoi sem'i)"

Series XVIII: Papers of Zagranichnaia Delegatsiia RSDRP


Subseries XVIII.1: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 66 Dan, F. (Fedor) (1871-1947) To Boris Sapir, Berlin, [n.d.] & 1929-1932


Subseries XVIII.2: Arranged Correspondence


Box 66 Miscellaneous, 1920s


Box 66 Letters from Soviet Russia, 1920s


Box 66 Letters from exiled Social Democrats, 1920s


Box 66 "Evsei"


Box 66 Iakubson, Izrail' Solomonovich


Box 66 Iakubson, Lev Solomonovich


Box 66 Kogan, Lidiia Evseevna


Box 66 Paletika, Elena Konstantinovna


Box 66 Rashkovskii, Ivan Grigor'evich


Subseries XVIII.3: Arranged Manuscripts


Box 66 Transcript of minutes - "K zasedaniiu zagr. deleg. 21.5.30 g. "



Box 67 Notebooks of minutes "Protokoly ZDRSDRP" with related notes, documents, and correspondence, 1922-29; 1929-31; 1931-35; 1936-37; 1940-43; 1943-47; 1947-49; 1949-51


Box 67 Boris Sapir Notebooks, 1920s-30s



Box 68 Subject files:Berlinskii klub im. Martova, 1931-1932


Box 68 Petr A. (Petr Abramovich) Garvi's report on party conference on socialism & war, 1935


Box 68 "K raskolu ZD", 1954-57


Box 68 "New York group", 1941-471948-53


Box 68 "New York group" (materials kept by Leo Lande)



Box 69 Sapir Notebooks, 1920s-30s


Box 69 Socialist Youth International, [n.d.] 1920s-30s; 1924-25; 1926; 1927; 1928; 1929; 1930; 1931; 1932p; 1934; 1935; 1936; 1937; 1938


Box 69 "Sotsialisticheskii Vestnik" mailing list, 1958


Box 69 Miscellaneous notes and clippings

Series XIX: Papers of Leon Shapiro

[gift of Mrs. Leon Shapiro, 1985]


Subseries XIX.1: Cataloged Correspondence



Box 70 Sapir, Boris To Leon Shapiro, [Blaricum, Netherlands], 1967-1984

Series XX: Oversize


Subseries XX.1: Printed Materials



Box 71 Bich: Satiriko iumoristicheskii ezhenendel'nik , Petrograd: 16, Aprelia1917 g


Subseries XX.2: Photocopies of Russian Newspapers


Box 71 Den', 1917


Box 71 Edinstvo; Nashe edinstvo, 1917-1918


Box 71 Iskra, 1917-1918


Box 71 Luch; Novyi Luch, 1917


Box 71 Rabochaia Mysl', 1898-1902


Box 71 Vpered, 1917